Who are we?
ASUSES is the Appalachian State University chapter of the American Solar Energy Society.
American Solar Energy Society?
The American Solar Energy Society (ASES) is one of the largest non-profits in the country that helps promote renewable energy technologies through national conferences, magazines, and research. The Solar Club decided to become a local chapter of ASES in 2003 through the North Carolina Sustainable Energy Society. That's a long way of saying we get a free entry into their annual conference!
What do we do?
ASUSES hosts workshops, special events, and other educational programs on campus and in the community to inform folks of the importance of renewable energy and sustainable living to our environment and future generations.
Our purpose is to educate, enlighten, and inform students and the community about solar and other renewable energy applications, green building, and other aspects of sustainable living.
The club is made up of ASU students and faculty who volunteer their time to learn and spread the word about sustainable energy.
ASUSES welcomes ASU students and Community Members to attend our weekly meetings! Meetings are held in Katherine Harper Hall in Room 07 at 7:00pm every Thursday night.
When and Where We Meet
When: Thursday's at 7:00 PM
Where: Room 7 at Katherine Harper